My Korean Deli: how I risked my career and mortgaged my future for a convenience store

Since we have a lot of Korean friends and neighbours, I decided to listen to a story about the life, culture, and struggles of someone who married into a Korean family.  What I got was a funny memoir of a former editor of Paris Review, his Korean wife, and his complicated and hilarious mother-in-law, trying to buy and run a convenience store.  I found myself nodding my head with a big smile as I listened to the words of Ben Ryder Howe, as read by Bronson Pinchot, describing the situations, complications, and rationale behind the decision-making in his family.  This audiobook was the funniest non-fiction book I have listened to in a while! (submitted by IM)

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